The NATO Summit to be held on 21 and 22 November does not present any reason for Czech Airlines to change its current timetable or cancel any of its flights. In case of increased demand for flights to Prague, CSA is ready to operate additional flights.
Czech Airlines is prepared for the upcoming NATO Summit on 21 and 22 November and is monitoring the interest of passengers for flights to and from Prague.
“This significant event for the NATO Alliance does not create the slightest reason for the Czech flag carrier to cancel any of its flights or change its timetable,” confirmed Dan Plovajko, Director, Public Relations, CSA.
CSA is monitoring the situation closely and is ready to react flexibly to any possible increased demand for flights to Prague.
The maximum number of CSA personnel will be available for passengers at check-in. “At the same time we would like to request our passengers to make sure they travel to the airport well in advance,” added Plovajko.
The fundamental mission of Czech Airlines is to carry its passengers to their destinations safely, on time, and in absolute comfort. Maximum safety is ensured to CSA passengers throughout the year, as well as during the period of the NATO Summit Meeting. “Security measures will not affect passenger comfort,” said Dan Plovajko, Director, Public Relations, CSA.
Czech Airlines believes that even during such a demanding period as the Prague NATO Summit, all passengers will be satisfied with the quality of the services provided.
The Czech Ministry of Internal Affairs has also promised to make a maximum effort to ensure that the Summit proceeds smoothly. The Czech Police are well prepared, its units and specially-trained teams who will guard the safety of all visitors to Prague have been strengthened.